All presenters are required to submit an abstract with their poster submission. You are encouraged to have your faculty mentor review your abstract before submitting. Abstracts will be included in the conference booklet on the CURE website.
An abstract is a one-paragraph summary of your research project. Abstracts provide readers with the essential points of your research/project and should leave them eager to learn more.
Abstracts from the sciences and humanities include the following:
Creative projects from visual arts and performing arts typically include the following:
Read the judge's rubric (DOCX) to learn more about the criteria used to rate your poster presentation.
If you are looking to learn more about the Conference on Undergraduate Research and Engagement, designing an academic poster and communicating research are welcome to join us for the following CURE workshop sessions. All sessions will be held in the Lincoln Room on the second floor of the Holmes Student Center.